If you're incapable of having a discussion...like many of the emotionally retarded around here...without resorting to b**chy little retorts, then there's not much point in continuing this conversation. You are offended because someone not only disagrees with you, but disagrees with you in a way that you're not used to.
I am no "evangelical fundamentalist", who will just resort to Babylonish answers like "ya jus gots ta have faith" and "God iz a MISTRY!!" because they, too, don't understand.
It will be seen, because it has been seen. God is not subject to man's foolish, impotent, and arrogant judgment. There is no such thing as "somebody else's deity", because those are, all of them, delusions, fictions created by foolish men to avoid responsibility for their behavior.
"So, wut yor sayin iz u think yor God iz the only God??"
No, foolish man. You're not paying attention. He is not my God, because I am not a believer.
"WUTTTT???? U think He exists but U dont BELIEB He exists??? Wut kinda confuzzled nonsense is THAT???"
And here we, again, arrive at the idea that the way you understand something...and the way it's "commonly understood"...isn't actually what it means.
Merely thinking or mentally assenting that God exists is not enough, and does not constitute "faith" as God Himself describes it. If you believe, you will obey. THAT is the standard for belief, which every single religion, religious organization, and denomination that exists, has ever existed, or ever will exist, being members of Babylon the Great, will not and cannot understand.
I believe...I accept on faith...that every instance of sticking my hand in fire will burn my flesh. I do not need to see this to believe it, nor do I need to experience it personally to believe it. I see what it does to animal flesh and other material. I don't think my hand is "special", that it alone, of all hands, is not subject to natural law. I believe that my hand will burn, so I don't stick my hand in the fire.
That's what belief means: finding out what God expects, and doing it. I have found out what God expects, but I don't wish to do it. Therefore, by His definition, I am not a believer. What I think or claim I believe has no value; my actions tell the true story. What I DO is evidence of what I believe.
Wiping out an entire planet is not genocide, because man didn't do it. If you refuse to believe that, that's your choice. Genocide can only be committed by man against man.